50 Minutes with Tashima Thomas

Date

September 7 (Wednesday)
50 Minutes with Tashima Thomas
Noon

Get inspired (again?) by the exhibition Our America: The Latino Presence in American Art by joining this guided tour in English and in Spanish led by Tashima Thomas, who specializes in the art of the African diaspora in the Americas with a focus on race, gender, and sexuality. After the tour, discuss the exhibition over lunch in our Museum Cafe, included. Members $15, nonmembers $20. Call 610-432-4333 ext 110 to reserve, or buy tickets now here.

Tashima Thomas is an assistant professor in art history at Kutztown University beginning in the fall of 2016. She is a Ford Foundation Pre-Doctoral Fellow and the recipient of the Goldman Sachs Multicultural Afrolatino Junior Fellowship at the Smithsonian. Her interests include focusing on the intersectionality of food pathways, commodities, identities, race, class, gender, and the consumption of culture.

             
Tashima Thomas
For more events related to Our America: The Latino Presence in American Art please visit the Our America Events page.